Jeremias has never left Boane. He has worked as a teacher for more than 21 years and has a salary of 6,600 meticais per month, which he uses for household expenses. He also saves some money in his bank account (at BIM).
He has had loans before with BIM, which he used to begin construction on his house. He learned about Hluvuku through friends who are also customers of this institution, and this is his second loan. Jeremias is asking for 25,000 meticais, which he will use to buy construction materials (cement, window glass, beams and other items) to continue improving his house. The earlier loan was for 20,000 meticais and was for housing.
Jeremias' dream is to see his house finished and make his family more comfortable, so he intends to ask Hluvuku for more loans.
Nunca saiu de Boane, trabalha como docente ha mais de 21 anos e tem um salario de 6.600.00mt por mes que aplica nas despesas de casa e poupa algum na sua conta bancaria (BIM).
ja teve emprestimos no BIM, que aplicou no inicio da construçao da sua casa. Conheceu Hluvuku atravez de amigos que tambem sao clientes desta instituiçao e este e os seu segundo emprestimo no valor de 25.000.00mt, com qual pretende comprar material de construçao (cimento, vidros, barrotes e outros) para dar continuidade com o melhoramento da sua casa. O emprestimo anterior foi de 20.000.00mt para a habitaçao.
o seu sonho e ver a sua casa concluida e confortar melhor a sua familia e para tal tenciona solicitar mais emprestimos a Hluvuku.
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